Save #staywoke

In her song, “Master Teacher”, Erykah Badu constantly referred to the phrase “I stay woke” to refer to a social awareness and consciousness of the realities of the world around her.  This song was released in 2008 but it wasn’t until 2012 when the singer posted a tweet in support of the famed feminist Russian […]

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July 15th, 2016


Do Not Ignore Other People Of Color

I first published this article at I have seen many posts on social media about how “Black Lives Matter” is used for justification to deliberately ignore the struggles of other people of color.  I stand in solidarity with my Black brethren one-hundred percent against police brutality that targets them.  I stand in solidarity with […]

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July 11th, 2016

Intersections Woke Us

The intersections should wake us. All too often, when it comes to conversations about racial, gender, or other forms of equality, we concentrate on the importance of only one form of privilege or underprivilege at a time.  However, this is a very inefficient and inaccurate way of solving issues related to communities affected by hate, […]

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July 2nd, 2016

Hello world from the Woke Us Network!

Welcome to the What Woke Us Network!  So what are we about?  Let’s see, peace, liberty, and justice for all, you know, literal and actual American values.  Those are the only rules about this network, all content must reflect these values which shouldn’t be a problem because they shouldn’t be too hard to follow.  However, […]

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June 22nd, 2016

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